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Asperula pontica   

Similar to A. gussonii but with a more mat forming habit. Masses of tubular, vivid pink flowers bloom June-July over a dense cushion of rich green needle-like foliage. Grows 3-4" tall. Native to the mountains of Iraq and Turkey. 

    Common Name:Woodruff
    Hardiness Zones:3-7
    Deer Resistant:No

About Asperula: Asperula is a large genus with many species. The most well known of the group is Sweet Woodruff. These well-behaved little gems are easy to grow and easy to work with. Small flowered yet strong bloomers, they are a delight in any garden situation. The flowers are mostly white or light pink, however there are a few pale yellow varieties.